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open for business. the owner of a south bay restaurant shutdown after the shigella outbreak speaks out for the first time. kris/cu good morning, and thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. scott mcgrew has the day off. kris/omni we begin with new details... kris/cu about that san jose seafood restaurant... now that the county declared the danger of shigella contamination is over. today, the restaurant is santized, the refrigerators and pantries are re-stocked and the staff is retrained. 2box nbc bay area's bob redell joins us now from "marisco's san juan #3" in downtown san jose. bob -- what did the owner tell you and what are customers saying? bob joins us from san juan downtown san jose. what is he saying and are there any customers showing up? >> the restaurant opened, chris,
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a couple hours ago at 9:00 this morning. within the past 15 minutes three people did show up to eat. i spoke to one of them off camera. they weren't aware of the shigella outbreak, but even if they were, they would have come here to eat. the food tastes good by the way. we did speak with the owner and he apologized to the dozens who got sick here. sergio cruz wants to reassure customers that his mexican seafood restaurant is safe to eat. he did take us inside to show us he thoroughly cleaned his location. he let us in the kitchen to show us that has been scrubbed down as well and thrown out all food and drink and starting fresh. the health department was out here for nine hours yesterday examining this location on fourth street in san jose to make sure the place is sanitized and food is being stored at the proper temperatures and restaurant has restrained its
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employees on proper food handling techniques. all employees who tested negative are allowed to return. the owner however, questions whether it was his employees who were the actual source of the outbreak. he wonders if it might have been a customer that brought in the bacteria that causes nausea and die rea ra. >> my employee got sick sunday night, it don't match friday to sunday. one employ -- only one got sick. so all of the other people -- nothing i can do, you know. this is not in my hands. i try to do better this time. >> reporter: the health department has not been able to oitd the source of the shigella outbreak that sickened 200 people. this morning is is the first time the owner has spoken
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publicly since the outbreak. he tells us he didn't want to speak sooner until he had a better understanding of what happened. he points out he suffered and estimates business at the other two locations is down 70%. reporting live here in san jose, bob ridell. >> firefighters say a space llower next to boxes sparked an early morning fire in belmont. no one was hurt but the folks were on street early this morning. t safere displaced three t oudents there and now firefighters are allowing other s save back into their apartments. crews credit safety equipment for helping to put flames out fast. >> fire alarms and smoke detectors and sprinkler systems are all vital because while we can get here in three to five minutes, the fire can rapidly involve in that time frame. >> it could be lifesaving,
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definitely, sprinkler systems and alarm systems save lives. >> belmont police say the same u-c ment complex had a fire ten years ago and the complex installed sprinklers after that fire made all the difference. today students returned to the campus where one of their ppedsmates was shot dead after going on a stabbing rampage. tonight they will gather for a vigil knowing a little more why mohammed snapped because of a handwritten note found in his pocket. in a year's time, he went from smiling wilcox high school student to somber college freshman. on wednesday when he stabbed four people before he was shot and killed by police, he said it was because of a teenage grudge. >> he had gotten kicked out of the study group and was unr upset with one of the students. >> the sheriff says he had a 24 point handwritten plan to do more harm to classmates listed
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on a hit list, both with knives and with a gun he planned to steal from officers. >> we found a two-pain handwritten and i'm going to call it a manifesto, detailing his projected activities pertaining to the day's events. >> mohammed was not linked to any hate group or terrorist plot and the fbi said his background was clear. in santa clara, his family was interviewed as well. >> there's nothing to indicate anything than a teenage boy that got upset with fellow classmates. rs. hey also said the backpack was full of supplies like zip ties and duct tape along with petroleum jelly to slip up first responders. the naw at 11:00, a big win for environmentalist, president obama announced he's rejecting
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the keystonexl pipe line. the 1200 mile proposed pipeline would transport canadian oil to pendenefineries in the gulf coast. republicans and energy advocates owerthe pipeline would lead to added jobs and make the u.s. less dependent on foreign oil but president obama says that's just not true. adding that the pipeline would not have lower the gas prices. the decision cast a 7-year saga g britecame a flash point during his prdscy. russia is suspending all flights to egypt days after news illt a bomb may have brought down the plane in the sinai peninsula last week. some tourists say the security is still pretty lack there. bill neely reports from egypt. >> british tourists are leaving but it's hand baggage only, no
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checked bags suggesting british officials fear a bomb was smuggled in the doomed russian plane at this airport, a suspicion the president shares. >> there is a possibility that there was a bomb on board and we're taking that very seriously. >> reporter: this airport has been scrutinized closely and investigators questioning security workers and seizing video. egypt says this is one of the safest airports in the world, checked regularly by western experts they say find no gaps in security this year and gave it the all clear but british tourists say they had paid $30 to a guard to avoid long lines and some security checks. >> at no point did my luggage go through any scanner. >> reporter: the russian plane was vulnerable to attack. the airbus was on ground for just an hour in that time, cleaners and caterers and
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baggage handlers were in it or beside it. police and maintenance crews had access to the plane in pitch darkness before it took off exploding 250 minutes later. we don't know what evidence there is of terrorism. intelligence officials picked up chatter from isis supporters suggesting an attack but only after it crashed. and facts on the ground are elering hard to find. >> for the second time in two =onths the tsa found a record a reking number of firearms in travelers carry-on bags and vast majority of them were loaded. thosrity agents discovered 68 guns at security check points across the nation in the weekending last friday and two found at sfo. all but seven of those guns were loaded and previous high was set area'nth before that number, 67. ng tnext time you need dry
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cleaning done, you need to go no farther than b.a.r.t. live in san francisco, stef, this is be touted as a conciegre service? >> reporter: yes, according to b.a.r.t.'s latest numbers from october, if you're here might as well get stuff done. it includes dry cleaning and you can pick it up as early as 24 hours and this is from greener cleaners and you have a display showing train arrival times. you don't see this from muni or b.a.r.t. unless you're on a platform. you're around this pod and there's grub market. it's a store and it's farm to table and spoeszed to bring in farmers sometimes and groceries and coffee and people rushing through here, it's worth noting you can't eat or drink on the train. we spoke with regular commuters,
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all of whom are optimistic how this could make life easier. >> you would think if it's more convenient to drop off dry cleaning or having something fixed. that would be good. >> it seems convenient in b.a.r.t. when i'm riding in on b.a.r.t. regularly and get everything all at once. >> would you actually use a dry cleaning service? >> probably not the dry cleaning service because that extra step from the car to the b.a.r.t. >> in the city, always meal delivery plans, people don't have time to do things. i can see how this makes a lot of sense. >> reporter: the company name is blink and started by a woman grew up in hong kong and is used to having goods and services where there's urban transit, in 43 b.a.r.t. stations initially but not at sfo. what you find at the 16th and mission street station would be different from say walnut creek. back here live you can see the display here, it's minimal now
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but you could have mini museums like music and art displays and that's the hope here. montgomery and embarcadero are only two that have it right now. it's the hope is that the 12th and 19th center in oakland will get this by the end of the year and eventually in 43 all together. and chris you can make it in time if you want to, monday to friday, 7:00 to 7:00. >> as somebody who's busy and has little kids and practices, i can see the appeal of one-stop shopping there. thanks. up next at 11:00, something amazing from something so very sad. we'll show you how a baby girl trucg from leukemia may have rancis into the next big breakthrough in fighting cancer. plus, detour ahead for your weekend. the major construction going on in san francisco that could change up your plans. clear blue skies across the
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bay again today but don't expect it to look like this all weekend. i'll have the microclimate forecast coming up. if a denture were to be put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes,
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this morning. =cgd!!= last month -- employers added 271-thousand jobs. anlaysts a very solid jobs report released this morning in last month, employers added 271,000 jobs. analysts were only predicting 185,000. the unemployment rate dropped to 5% down 1 point from last month. economists believe this job growth will likely keep the fed on track to raise interest rates next month. another reported slam dunk for the warriors and their effort to get an arena built in san francisco mission bay. san francisco kron kel says the
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planning commission unanimously approved the plan yesterday, that vote is considered the final major hurdle for the warriors in getting a billion dollar 18,000 seat arena built hopefully by the start of 2018 season. the group mission bay alliance is still talking about possibly filing a lawsuit. making life easier and safer for people with allergies to gluten, a bay area committee is introducing a portable device that can detect gluten in food. it measures whether foods meet the fda gluten free standard. reports can be posted and shared through the app and the company plans to roll out similar devices to test for peanut and dairy allergens as well. >> a desperate attempt to save the life of a baby girl dying from leukemia may have led researchers to the next big break through in fighting cancer. here's the report from london. >> reporter: just months ago lay la was dying of leukemia and
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doctors had given up. lay la's parents had not. >> we want to know we tried everything for her. >> reporter: doctors agreed to tryout an experimental immune cell therapy which never used outside the lab with special permission from the british government and the hospital ethics committee. the result, astounded the parents. >> i took a gamble and this is her today, laughing and it's a miracle. >> reporter: and hr doctors were elated. >> incredibly well for her, it does mean we have a new workup. >> reporter: in the body special cells called t cells can't always recognize leukemia cells which are effectively hidden from them. using the new technology researchers developed the treatment by tweaking dna of t cells to not be rejected by lala's body. she is free of cancer. >> she's very tough and coped
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with the other treatments, other children may not be able to do so. we need to do proper stutddyes to learn how good they are. >> reporter: while baby layla life's colorful adventures are just beginning. it is way to early to say this will work on all patients. you heard the doctor saying layla is a strong little girl. >> happening today in san francisco, the work begins on a major construction project tried to the central subway, south of market near fourth and king, meaning you can expect road closures in that area and you can also expect muny to relocate several street car and bus stops in the area as well. that can change your weekend plans because that will continue until the work is finished and the e line will not run this weekend nor next weekend. more than 200 people braved the morning chill to register for an holiday food and toy
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program. providing holiday food boxes and toys to families in need and people today lined up for the chance to get food and toys during the holidays. this year organizers plan to hand out more than 7,000 turkeys and 18,000 toys. sacred heart holiday drive is more than 50 years old and always take your donation. a wish came through for a terminally ill star wars fan thanks in part to social media. got to see an unedited version of the fourth awaken before its release. he was worried he might not live to see the new film expected to hit theaters next month. the movie's director granted his wish after his wife started a social media campaign using the #forcefordaniel. even luke skywalker tweeted his support. >> we like to see big companies doing little things for little people. carrie hall is here with a
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forecast that will do things for your spirits. >> so cool. we are enjoying gorgeous weather. it was cool this morning to start out, it was in the upper 30s but now with all of this sunshine and those temperatures are warming up, we're now in the low 60s in the north bay san francisco and the bpeninsula at 61 degrees. a close look at the south bay, our temperatures are right at about 62 degrees in downtown san jose and santa theresa, 61 degrees and with all of that sun our temperatures continue to go up as we go hour by hour in livermore. lunchtime is definitely one you'll want to take the sandwich outside. 66 degrees. in the upper 60s and then briefly hitting in the low 70s, mostly clear skies for the night and dropping back into the mid-40s. as we go in san francisco,
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looking at temperatures at 4:00 this afternoon, it will be dropping back to about 60 degrees. at&t park, the big science fair going on there, 61 degrees, as we go into this evening in the mid-50s, definitely want to bundle up. look at the forecast, microclimate, 65 in san francisco, peninsula, 70 degrees. then the temperature goes down through the weekend. by sunday we're in the 60s and here's the reason why. we will have more clouds moving in and still dry at least for today and tomorrow and then on sunday we start to see the rain rolling through and look at the timeline, 9:00 sunday morning we have rain moving from the north into the south bay and it continues onto the east. doesn't look like it lasts that long but there will be a second wave dropping in and this could impact the morning commute. at 8:00 we have rain and also rolling through then clears out for the afternoon.
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weaver expecting the possibility of a quarter inch of rain for the north bay as well as the south bay but it could be a little bit higher around napa, and pleasanton. if you're heading to the sierra, you want to see the snow coming down, get there before sunday and then the snow continues as we head into monday as well. travel delays possible, above 4,000 feet, looking at the possibility of 1 to 2 inches and above 7,000 feet, up to 9 inches of snow. another good snowfall there for the sierra. lake tahoe's weather will be fairly warm today and cooler tomorrow, 45 degrees and sunday barely make it above freezing. russian river valley low 70s today, 65 tomorrow and then on sunday, 62 degrees and the central coast looking at highs today around 68 degrees. 60 tomorrow and then 58 degrees on sunday with the chance of rain. people heading back from their vacation, their weekend, may
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have to deal with a much slower drive home, chris. so maybe just best to stay around here. >> i'm looking forward to staying put this weekend for sure. up next at 11:00, a superstar on and off the court. what happens after serena williams confronts a crook who swiped her phone? ♪ at grocery outlet, they sell the brands you love. ♪
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francisco favorite when a serena williams is just like the rest of us in san francisco, likes to have spicy chinese food. but when she was doing that a man walked by and swiped her cell phone right from the table. what happened next was all caught on surveillance video and nbc bay area shows us, williams handles the same suspect with the same class she shows on the court. >> reporter: mission chinese is a hot spot. there is always a line out the door. chef danny bowen was on tonight show starring jimmy fall on. serena williams stopped in tuesday night, that's her waiting for a table on her facebook page, williams says the food was delicious but it was a crazy experience. restaurant worker lindsey fiver noticed something strange that night. >> there was a guy standing there in the pickup section for
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a little too long. >> reporter: williams says the man standing next to her table triggered what she called her super hero sense and kept an eye on him and watched as servers whizzed by delivering food. he bends down and snagged her phone right off the chair next to her and left. she followed. >> she was polite about it. she said, i think you took my phone. >> oh, i think so, i'm sorry. >> reporter: he returned the phone and she returned a dinner. >> we were all apologetic, don't worry. i've come for chicken wings. >> reporter: the owner recently installed cameras after theft in the back of the restaurant. now he has video of a star athlete catching a thief on facebook williams calls herself a super hero, urging women not to be a victim. >> it was serena williams, able to get it back. >> reporter: bay area news. >> automobiles that have a
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deadly safety defect and they don't know it. >> next at 11:00, the common convenience in many of our cars that could be a silent killer. it could be you. there's a class
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action lawsuit potentially there could be a class action lawsuit potentially impacting millions of drivers. keyless entry are supposed to make it easier for drivers but some say that high tech upgrade has a fatal flaw. families are demanding change. here's colleen williams from our sister station down in l.a. >> reporter: joel pitt misses his father, especially on game day. >> if i'm sitting in the stands, i'm just not having him there. >> reporter: he aches for the time his daughter won't have with her grandfather. >> she's excelling in school and really phenomenal way that he
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would have appreciated and -- >> reporter: dr. harry pitt died four years ago, 80 years old the retired school superintendent was still entering weight lifting competitions, golfing and traveling. his sons insist he had a lot of life to live. >> he's up there saying please don't let this happen to somebody else. >> reporter: december 2011, dr. pitt came home, parked in a garage and accidentally left the car running all night long. >> went up and went to bed and you know, didn't wake up. >> reporter: dr. pitt died from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning, odorless, colorless toxic fumes rose to the bedroom two floors above. >> completely senseless. >> reporter: dr. pitt drove a car with a keyless ignition. >> millions of americans are driving automobiles that have a deadly safety defect and they don't know it.
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>> reporter: attorney alex filed a class action lawsuit against ten automakers of keyless ignition vehicles accusing them of false advertising an deceptive practices. >> they represented that the cars were safe. they are not safe. >> reporter: long time auto safety advocate shawn cane consulted on the lawsuit. >> what we're seeing is a inher ent design flaw. >> reporter: cane says manufacturers failed to take hum on behavior into consideration. drivers expect if they exit with their key the engine is off. that's how traditional keys work but keyless ignition vehicles generally keep running. even if the key walks away. and for further complicating the problem is the trend of quiet engines. >> make it easy for you to leave the car run and not know it. >> the law demands car makers install an auto off feature to kill the engine if the car idles
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for an extended period. >> if they can put auto off on your interior lights to save you inconvenience, why can't we put auto off on the engine to save your life? it is a simple, soft software fix. >> she compares it to the chevy volt rerecall. >> dealers were reimbursed less than $5 a fix. >> reporter: some say car makers are not to blame. if you are responsible enough to drive, you should be responsible enough to turn off your car. >> the driver absolutely has a responsibility but when you look at a design and see people continuing to make annerer, you have a problem with design, not so much with human and anecdo l anecdotally, almost every owner of a keyless entry car left their car running one place or another. >> the lawsuit cites 13 deaths
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nationwide. but alex has learned of 'another fatality. nbc 4 reached out to all named in the lawsuit most declined to comment. ford sent a statement saying the keyless ignition system has proven to be a safe and reliable innovation, adding that their cars alert drivers when the driver's door is opened and the engine is running. the pitts have found their own work arounds in order to feel safe. jeff keeps his radio on all the time. it's his way of knowing if the engine is running. and because mercedes offers the option joel swapped out the keyless feature for an actual key. all of this has motivated dr. granddaughter's lindsey who plans to study engineering. >> making self-driving cars, should be able to make cars that can turn themselves off. >> colleen williams down in l.a. now to an investigative unit
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exclusive, the recent release of federal medicare data makes it easier for us to know how billions of our tax dollars are spent on health care. out of all specialists open that will mall gifts, eye doctors rank number one in the total amount of money reimbursed. according to this data, some of the busiest practice here in the bay area. after the investigative unit received tips alleging some doctors were recommending what might be dr.ed unnecessary treatment, some were paid with your tax dollars. we conducted an informal experimental, we took one patient to four different doctors for a diagnosis of her eye health. >> i'm not saying these doctors were liars or anything, i think it's important to question and get second and third opinions if there's something that involved a recommendation for surgery or further cost.
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>> tonight at 11:00, the four different dying cease that patient got and what you should do before agreeing to any treatment. we investigate tonight at 11:00. if you have a tip for our investigative unit, you'll get traction, give us a call 888-996-tips or send an e-mail to the unit. we're now less than 90 days away from america's biggest sporting event. are you ready for the super bowl? is the south bay ready to host is a bigger question. damian trujillo joins us. >> reporter: happening down the street at the sap center, the nfc team is staying here in downtown san jose. and the downtown merchants are getting anxious. they are fired up at the new deluxe eatery and drinkry in downtown san jose. >> super bowl is coming and we
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can't wait. we're going to have nice happy hour for super bowl. >> reporter: the restaurant opened only last week and ready to get a crash course on what to expect for the super bowl. >> we're so excited. >> reporter: kim wallace is the deputy city manager in charge of economic development and called a meeting for next week with downtown merchants to highlight the expectations during super bowl week. >> we want them to understand the large numbers of visitors who are going to be here and when they are going to arrive in our city so they can plan and have enough food and beverage and hospitality to serve everyone. >> the city council will soon consider a temporary ordinance to ban street vendors and counterfeit merchandise sales from the downtown area. the nfc team will use the weight room and also have a choice of two football fields to practice on. >> we have two practice fields here, 200-yard practice fields where the offense can work on one field and defense on
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another. if the -- if we have rain, we can -- the nfc can go into spartan stadium. >> reporter: because they have artificial turf and after practice deluxe hopes the players drop by for happy hour and enjoy downtown. the city will still have several briefings with merchantses here inside san jose city hall to get them ready for super bowl 50. >> joining forces to play for the same team and now they are headed to a national champi championsh championship. >> the coach of palo alto says the athletes merge this year because of financial reasons and the knights now undefeated with an 8-0 record proving they already make a stronger team together. >> from day one, it didn't take
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the kid any time to get to know each other and didn't take them any time to start gelling as a group as brothers and team. they've done a good job as far as -- kind of taught the coaches in a way a lesson. >> both the football team and cheer squad are raising money to compete for the american youth football championships in florida next month. good luck to them. >> up next, at 11:00, a small town in sonoma county is growing. and we'll show you why so many homeless people are moving in. i didn't know how to use a camera five years ago. >> but now she does and she's using that camera to help strangers who have overcome great obstacles. it is a story that makes us bay area proud. starting to feel a little bit better outside and a cool start to the day. we have another cold front on the way and some rain coming up in the microclimate forecast. we ever print them out? not so
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much. oneos we all take a lot of pictures but do we ever print them out? probably not so much. but one woman thought that was a shame so she did something about
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it. that led her to something else. garvin thomas is here with today's bay area proud. >> reporter: when it comes to taking pictures. >> you can lean forward. >> reporter: virginia becker will tell you as little as five years ago she knew nothing more about cameras. >> you're going to love this. >> reporter: than how to turn one on. >> let me see your right shoulder. >> reporter: since then virginia snapped more than 60,000 images and in the process brought her life's purpose in clear focus. >> everything that i had done in the past kind of built up to this. this is like the big kre shend do of why am i here? re. >> reporter: virginia started the family album project to not leave memories forgotten on cameras and hard drives. >> we're losing a big part of our history by not printing and not having a shoe box full of prints. >> reporter: what virginia discovered many of life's most
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important moments weren't being captured at all. particularly among society's most vulnerable like the sick kid getting a second chance. >> that's a milestone all right. >> reporter: the foster child graduating high school or the homeless family finally getting a home. >> there are so many people that want their story told. >> reporter: and virginia is now there to tell it, not with words but with a picture, a hardcopy printed out right there and then with the help of husband albert. she's motivated to do all of this for free because she wants these people to see themselves the way she sees them. not just folks who have hard knocks but people who are thriving in spite of them. >> they are heroes, so many unsung heroes out there. >> reporter: garvin thomas, nbc bay area news. if you know someone doing
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nice for others, garvin would love to tell your story. go to and search bay area proud. homelessness has long been a big problem for some of the bay area's biggest cities, a small town in sonoma county, how it is trying the patience of the people who have long lived there. people have been coming up here since the 1800s. >> it is a small resort community, started out as a lumbering town. >> deep in the forest of sonoma county, the russian river snakes along guerneville. >> the nature is the charm and pretty accepting of different lifestyles. >> reporter: but residents believe the town's welcome mat has rolled out too far. >> sometimes you'll find people passed out on the street or in their little plaza with their belongings. >> reporter: 6,000 people live in guerneville but up to 280 of
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those residents are homeless. >> they come here because it's tolerated but it's just gotten to a critical level. per capita we have four times as many homeless people than san francisco. >> nearly 10% of sonoma's homeless population live near this small river town. the number is three times the national average. carts and sleeping bags are common sights. long time residents like mark emmet are fed up not just by what they see on town sidewalks but by the things just out of sight. >> this is what we're dealing with right here. >> reporter: in a culvert several wooded feet from the town's main streets. >> we've got couches and chairs and tables. >> reporter: remains of a recent homeless encampment. >> one of the things i see is clothes. >> reporter: leading regular volunteer cleanups of trash left by the homeless. >> i don't even know what to do with it. it's overwhelming. >> kitchen sink.
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>> reporter: when the rains come much of this debris will wash into the russian river. >> this is a tragedy. it makes people out here feel sad. every winter the town opens a homeless shelter in the veterans building. the rest of the year hundreds of homeless live here in a sprawling tent city on the river's edge. >> i wouldn't choose to live like this. brought up middle class -- >> reporter: lisa kagan is among the dozens who carved out a home in these woods. >> there are some homeless that live here that are good people. >> reporter: but kagan makes a distinction between the long term homeless residents and what she describes as a new wave of younger transient homeless who stirred up the town's residents. >> they do drugs and steal. >> reporter: they discover a massive camp packed densely with belongings. >> you kind of moved into this situation? >> one of them ended up being a thief, we ran him off. it's a little overwhelming that does doesn't seem to be a lot of
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people doing something about it. >> reporter: for years residents have grappled with the homeless issue. real estate agent debra jawson helped search for a solution. >> we say we have these homeless people and don't want them here but the fact of the matter is, you can't bus people out. >> reporter: sonoma county recently approved funding for a long debated homeless service center in the town and will decide on a location in the next few weeks. >> definitely need a service center and to have a way out because there's no way out. >> reporter: emmet is worried the promise of more homeless services will put more strain on this town. >> what's going to happen is that people from out of the area will hear about it and come here. >> reporter: for a small town that pritds itself on open arms the issue of homelessness has forced its residents to ask how wide the arms should open. nbc bay area news. all right, well, the weather
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looked beautiful in sonoma but also today, right? >> yes but it was so cold this morning. many people had to bundle up. it's now starting to feel more comfortable as our temperatures are in the lower 60s. we have a couple of spots in the upper 50s but expect it to make it to the lower 70s across most of the bay area. san francisco stays at 65 degrees in the east bay at 71. and the tri valley up to 73 degrees. this is warmer than we've had throughout the week after that cold front moved through on monday. as we go hour by hour in oakland we'll be at 66 degrees at 11:00. we stay in the mid-60s for several hours and then as the sky stay clear dropping back in the upper 50s as soon as the sunsets and it will be another chilly night. as we go hour by hour in san jose, temperatures warming up yesterday but still very nice, a light wind and wind stays light as we go into the evening. a look at the microclimates in cupertino, 70 today, burlingame
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69. castro at 65. 71 degrees in santa rosa, also in oakland and danville, high of 72 degrees. going through the forecast this weekend, we're getting ready for some rain. looks like a great weekend all around because by the end of the weekend we'll start to see showers moving in and the timing brings it in early sunday morning and then it continues on across the bay moving off towards the south and east. that's round one. then round two moves through in time for the morning commute. you may want to keep that in the plan, you may have to set the clock a little earlier because things may be a slow go on the roads. the rainfall estimates have been going back and forth maybe a quarter inch for most of us and heading to the sierra, the snow moves to the east and the possibility of snowfall totals of over 4,000 feet at 1 to 2 inches so a light coating there and higher elevations expecting more snow, up to 9 inches.
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as you head down the mountains to the lower elevations, we're looking at still some slippery travel conditions, especially into monday. today we're looking at 70 degrees and east bay 71 degrees and our temperatures going down as you head through each day. the coolest day will be on sunday if you're traveling across the state, once again the snow begins on sunday if you want to get there ahead of the snow and then just kind of stay inside or go skiing as the snow is coming down, that will happen on monday. heading down to l.a., it will be 73 degrees and up to redding, 62 degrees there. this is for tomorrow. and we'll also have that chance of some snow showers in the sierra, warm temperatures for southern california and then turning a little bit cooler as we head into sunday. chris? >> it's nice to feel a little cooler finally. we'll be right back.
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a weight loss balloon? it is the latest development in the fight against obesity. =vo= 's a weight loss balloon seems to be the latest development in the fight against obesity. the balloon is lowered into the stomach and filled with saline creating a sense of fullness so patients feel compelled to eat less. after four months it dissolves and passes out of the body. the procedure is meant to take the place of gastric surgery. the product has had had success in europe but didn't get fda approval yet in the u.s. the cost is 6,000 to $12,000. traveling on thanksgiving can be a grind but flights this year are relatively cheap. air travel is expected to be the busiest it's been in eight years and that's because fares keep
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falling because of lower fuel prices. nearly 26 million americans are expected to fly this thanksgiving, busiest airport, lax, atlanta and chicago's o'hare but speaking from personal experience, that doesn't seem to be the same story for christmas. we'll be right back. on... and these days - the
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resulting image may end up going viral. ==vo== sometimes you have to hold on and these days an image could go viral, right?
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>> scary. this one not comfortable canine is hanging there, really holding on for dear life. recently tweeted out that picture of the repelling drill. talk about bonding with your best friend. he hangs on to his handler with his paws wrapped around his leg. he was just fine, safely harnessed in, maybe just a little afraid of heights but they had to practice him repelling down and handling dealing with it too and he did get a lot of treats afterward. >> you know he can hang on if he need to get up to the top of the mountain and need the dog with you, you don't have to carry him. >> he looked really sad, didn't he? glad to say they are all okay. >> thanks for joining us. you can get the latest information any time of day, and glad carrie's forecast means we can cook in the kitchen.
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look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious.
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